As the Iraqi army declares the recapture of central Hawija from ISIS, Save the Children is deeply concerned about continued fighting and displacement as Iraqi and coalition forces try to clear the last remaining villages.
Save the Children is warning of a malnutrition crisis in the Bangladeshi district of Cox’s Bazar, where more than half a million Rohingya have arrived in the past six weeks after fleeing horrific violence and bloodshed over the border in Myanmar.
Poor access to clean drinking water and basic health services, coupled with frequent monsoon rains, has sparked growing concern of an outbreak of water-borne diseases like cholera among Rohingyas who fled persecution and violence in Myanmar.
Save the Children, through implementing partner Yaysaan Sayangi Tunas Cilik, is sending key humanitarian personnel to the Indonesian island of Bali, where Mount Agung is expected to erupt in the coming days.
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